Week In Review: Greece Defaults, Puerto Rico’s Debt Woes Mount, Export-Import Bank Expires, Ace Buys Chubb
By Jackie Faye July 3, 2015
Greece defaults on its IMF loans; Puerto Rico says its debt is not repayable; Fallout continues for Donald Trump; Ace-Chubb hookup is biggest insurance deal ever.
Week In Review: Obamacare Wins, Retailers Drop Confederate Flag, Down to the Wire in Greek Bailout, Ikea Raises Wages
By Jackie Faye June 26, 2015
Obamacare is upheld in the Supreme Court for the second time in three years; Retailing giants withdraw products featuring Confederate flag; Ikea raises minimum wage; Greek bailout talks down to the wire ahead of June 30 deadline; WSJ maps CEO pay and shareholder value.
By Jackie Faye June 24, 2015
It took New York Times investigative reporters Louise Story and Stephanie Saul a year to uncover the 200 shell companies behind some of New York’s priciest real estate at the Time Warner Center. We go behind the scenes with Story to discuss their reporting process.
By Jackie Faye May 6, 2015
Forbes magazine has been putting together a list that tracks the wealthiest individuals on the planet for 29 years running, and it is no easy task. We interviewed Forbes’ Deputy Editor of Wealth Keren Blankfeld about the work that goes into Forbes’ annual list.
By Jackie Faye April 30, 2015
Twenty five years ago, tire and rubber giant Firestone helped Liberian warlord Charles Taylor rise to power. We went behind the scenes with T. Christian Miller and Jonathan Jones on their recent ProPublica-PBS Frontline investigation of the facts in the case.
Week In Review: McDonald’s Wage Hike, WalMart Backs Gay Rights, Pao Loses to Silicon Valley, Weak March for Jobs
By Jackie Faye April 3, 2015
McDonald’s the latest to hike minimum pay; WalMart defends LGBT rights in Arkansas; Ellen Pao loses to Silicon Valley; jobs data shows weakness in March.
By Jackie Faye March 10, 2015
Did the iconic charity misspend funds during Hurricane Sandy? CoveringBusiness spoke with reporters Jesse Eisinger and Justin Elliott about how they dug up the answer to this question in their recent investigative report on the subject.
By Jackie Faye February 9, 2015
Award-winning New York Times reporter Louise Story takes us through her last big investigative project–on state and local incentives for corporations–step by step.